Innography Granted Second U.S. Patent and Awaits Issuance of Third Pending Patent
Latest Patents Demonstrate Innography’s Usability Innovations in Presenting Complex Search Results
Innography, the innovative software provider of better intellectual property answers for improved business results, today announces that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. Patent 8,583,592 for its “System and Methods of Searching Data Sources” invention. In early 2014, an additional patent for the organizations’ “System to Provide Search Results via a User-Configurable Table” will also be granted. Both patents reflect Innography’s commitment to and achievements in innovation, especially in the area of usability to generate insights in complex search results.
The patents’ claims relate to presenting multiple sets of data to end-users in a highly configurable and useful manner. “System and Methods of Searching Data Sources” covers searching multiple data sources and combining the results based on metadata and personalization settings. The forthcoming “System to Provide Search Results via a User-Configurable Table” patent covers presenting search results in a multi-table graphical user interface, based on user configurations and controls.
Together with a previously-issued Innography patent, U.S. Patent 8,176,440 “System and Method of Presenting Search Results,” these patents are indicators of Innography’s market-leading product innovation in IP analytics. Building on its compelling PatentStrength™ capability, Innography has added analyst-acclaimed capabilities in releases this year. Examples include Playbooks, wizards that simplify complex IP analytics for untrained and infrequent users, and PatentScout™, which delivers semantic patent searching to the entire enterprise for a fixed cost.
“These new patents demonstrate Innography’s core value of innovating in ways that matter to our clients,” said inventor Tyron Stading, president and CTO of Innography. “Both patents reflect Innography’s innovative approaches to presenting complex analyses to end-users, with user controls and flexibility to derive insights that they can’t get elsewhere.”